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Enter the School Enterprise Challenge 2011!

15 Jun 2011 09:34
LONDON, UK: The School Enterprise Challenge is a global competition for schools in developing countries to establish new school-based enterprises, or to develop existing ones further. This is a fantastic opportunity to generate additional income for your school and by entering you stand a chance of winning a top prize of US$10 000!
Enter the School Enterprise Challenge 2011!
Schools don't have to start on a large scale to stand a good chance of winning - we want schools to start enterprises with whatever resources they can get their hands on.

The five steps to victory...

Enter the School Enterprise Challenge 2011!
1. Form your School Enterprise Challenge Team and decide on a business activity
2. Submit a Business Plan explaining how your School Enterprise will work
3. Launch your School Enterprise and generate income
4. Share News about your School Enterprise through regular blogs
5. Create a Financial and Narrative Report to tell us how you did.

So what are you waiting for? Get started today by registering your school here.

For more information go to http://www.schoolenterprisechallenge.org/.
    
 
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